Getting an accurate picture of your true unit test coverage can be almost impossible when auto-generated, or other similar code is introduced. For example, projects with EF Migrations enabled can get blasted as not-covered. Let us look at methods to improve this reporting.Read Full Article
We would all love to work with only new development, however, we know that isn't possible. Although we might be working with legacy code, or databases we can still work to leverage new technology even if bound by old semantics and standards.Read Full Article
Developers will often need to add custom functionality that ties into, or consumes data from, existing DNN tables. There are many ways that one can do this, and this post explores one of the best ways to do this without impacting DNN.Read Full Article
Bundling with ASP.NET MVC should be a part of all developer's toolkits. This post explores a unique situation where developers could be met with inconsistent processing of bundles.Read Full Article
This post outlines detailed response steps for those that were exploited by recent DNN security issues.Read Full Article
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